Using Audiovisual Technology to Enhance Learning
Installing a Video Wall and Sound System at Saint Xavier High School
Classroom instruction has changed dramatically in the past year — COVID accelerated remote learning and the adoption of technology, but it was certainly coming. Audiovisual technology, from touchscreens to mobile devices and webconferencing capabilities, the ways in which students learn have changed in recent years.
For the students and teachers Saint Xavier High School, that means various audiovisual components working in concert to provide more dynamic, interactive ways of learning and communication. The school recently asked Trinity Dynamics to design a video wall in the main Commons area to serve many purposes for the school, including student information and announcements, interactive and engaging content as well as for educational lessons, content and presentations.
Trinity Dynamics provided and installed a 12-foot wide by 6-foot, 7-inch tall high-definition video wall system comprised of nine individual LG 55-inch display panels in a 3 x 3 configuration. The assembled wall features an ultra-narrow 3.5mm tiled bezel width and 500 nit brightness. Mounted approximately 6 feet from the floor and recessed within the 14-foot wide x 15-foot tall wall section, the setup also included additional wireless lavs and hand held microphones to allow for a presenter and hands-free presentation.
Click here to view a timelapse video of the installation!